Principles of Sustainable Forest Management and Agricultural Biodiversity
- Principles of Sustainable Forest Management and Agricultural Biodiversity
A feature of fundamental importance, which distinguishes forests from other resources, is that they are renewable. This means that the mature forest, as it is cut, may be replaced by a new crop of trees; thus a continuous yield of wood is provided from the same area of land.
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